If you have recently received a traffic ticket, you will have been accused of violating a traffic law. This may be a speeding accusation, an illegal parking ticket or you may have been accused of running a red light or stop sign.
If you have had your drivers' license revoked in New Jersey, you will need to take action to have it restored when you are eligible to do so. By understanding the way that the law works in our state, you will be able to take the appropriate action to get back on the road as soon as possible.
Traffic violations are considered by many to be a relatively insignificant occurrence. However, points on your license can be extremely costly because insurance companies use them to determine what kind of driver you are.
Some traffic violation allegations have a higher level of severity than others here in New Jersey. Among these is being accused of reckless driving. A conviction on this offense carries harsher penalties than many other traffic violations. Today, we’ll go over some of the things being convicted of reckless driving can lead to.